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Lesson of the Orange Tree … 17-Yr-Old Defends Rap Music… Read My Lips Radio

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Meet Joan Posivy, founder of GlobalYouthProject.org and author of The Way Success Works: How to Decide, Believe, and Begin to Live Your Best Life. Joan will share The Lesson of the Orange Tree…If we were to plant an orange seed in the ground and mindfully nurture it, eventually it would grow into an orange tree. Not a pine tree or a maple tree or an oak tree – only an orange tree. Why? Because residing in the seed is an embryo – a plan – which dictates what it can become. It can’t grow into anything else. Bonnie's comment: This is ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I've read about Success… Kudos to Joan.

Meet 17-year-old classically trained pianist and author Andre Mego, who wrote A Wounded Lion about the significant poetic messages of rap music from 8 artists who have inspired his life through their lyrics, quotes, and actions: Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Nas, 50 Cent, The Game, and Tupac. Andre’s message: Rap is not trash, it's an art. These artists deserve respect after overcoming their hostile and tumultuous home environments. http://www.amazon.com/A-Wounded-Lion-André-Mego/dp/1522730664

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